Lenoir City Fire Department


Lenoir City Fire Department provides services to businesses, residents and visitors inside the city limits of Lenoir City, Tennessee.

“The protection of life and property of the citizens of Lenoir City through Education, Fire Prevention, Code Enforcement, and The Response of highly trained Emergency Personnel.”

The Lenoir City Fire Department is a full-time career department serving the residents and visitors of Lenoir City, Tennessee. The department consists of two stations, 18 full-time members, 11 part-time members, and one Chief officer. The department has three shifts working a 24/48 schedule which provide fire suppression, medical first response, Haz-Mat and rescue services. LCFD responds and operates from 1 mini-pumper, 2 pumpers, 1 rescue pumper, 1 ladder truck and multiple miscellaneous support vehicles and special operations trailers.


New businesses are required to have a pre-opening fire safety consultation/inspection.  Inspections are free of charge and are required prior to obtain Certificate of Occupancy.  Please CONTACT US to schedule an inspection


Existing businesses are required to have an annual fire safety inspection.  Certain systems are required to have additional inspections depending on types of businesses or on-site equipment.

Fire Safety

Lenoir City Fire Department provides visits and information on fire safety and prevention to schools, groups and organizations.  If you would like to schedule a visit please CONTACT US.


Get Alarmed TN  – “Get Alarmed, TN!” is a grant-funded fire safety education and smoke alarm installation program administered by the State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO). Launched in November 2012, the program distributes fire safety education and 10-year sealed battery smoke alarms to participating fire departments. The fire departments then deliver the education and install smoke alarms in at-risk homes across the state.

Burn Permits

Burn permits are required, inside the city limits of Lenoir City, for any outdoor burning except fires that are contained within a recreational fire ring or small fire pit.  Please CONTACT US or call one of the stations to get a permit.  Station One: 865-986-9418.  Station Two: 865-986-4212.


In the state of Tennessee, burn permits are also required between October 15th and May 15th for Loudon County residents, outside the city limits of Lenoir City, from the Tennessee Division of Forestry.  County residents can obtain a burn permit by visiting BurnSafeTN.org or contacting the Tennessee Division of Forestry.